The team will again field two entries with Roman Krumins joining Martin Cao in the #3 car while it’s an all-new look in the #22, with Andreas Laskaratos and Su Ming Yen making their debut in the series with Eurasia.
Krumins has experience in Australian Formula Ford and Formula 3, winning the national class last season to add to his Formula Ford success. He also has experience in LMP3 machinery from last season in the GT and Prototype Challenge. Laskaratos has raced LMP2 Ginettas in the past and took victory on the Spa-Francorchamps round of the 24H Series last year, while Su has background in Formula 4.
Last time out at Ningbo, the team showed great pace with Martin Cao leading the race, only for a puncture to deny them a potential race victory, something the team hope to address this coming weekend.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome three new drivers to our team,” stated Team Principal Mark Goddard. “Martin, we know well, so it will be interesting to see how the new drivers settle in with the team. We’re always seeking strong results and this race is no different with a top three position being the realistic target.”